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, wnbc radio talk show host. phil musser, former executive director of the republican governors association. where this debate took place. okay. i want to go to phil musser first. you know, i hear about election -- you know, election mechanics and the ground game. i know that stuff is important. and i understand there might have been some flaws. but i think message trumps all that, phil. and i have two things to say to you. number one, lower taxes and spending means more economic growth. i don't think that message got out. maybe the first debate, that was all. and number two, there was no message to immigrants. and both of those things helped sink the party. what's your thought? do you think the republican governors see this? >> yeah, larry, the republican governors clearly see this. look, i just came from las vegas, where they met. usually, what happens in vegas stays in vegas. but i'll tell you, there were a lot of good things that were happening in las vegas. the republican governors get that message, and they get that message because they actually have accomplished in their
of the election, i think our high point for it is the presidency. >> the bloomberg endorsement, phil musser, i know you're saying that new york city mayor and all this stuff, but the message, that sort of undercots the romney message, doesn't it? >> no. i respect mayor bloomberg. at the end of the day, it doesn't matter, his endorsement, in swing states where this is going to be decided. bottom line, no one in iowa is going to vote base odd what bloomberg says about climate change. >> we look at this final schedule and you get the sense that both campaigns are telling us little things. if it's a dead even race, i think both sides think secretly, romney carries florida. i think new hampshire feels as if it's ever so slightly trending towards him. colorado is another one that feels as if perhaps it is trending slightly republican. and look, that gets him to 248. there's a wildcard here in pennsylvania. the president has had this structurally and it seems as if that's been sitting out there. wisconsin is a state that is -- that is an early -- it is a same day registration voter, so that makes it
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